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Inclusion by Default
Washington, D.C.

Please join us as we discuss moving past the two-tiered financial system and the next steps toward achieving an inclusive financial system.

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Chain of Title
New York, NY

Foreclosure fraud has undermined the financial security of millions of Americans, and three ordinary people are fighting back.

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Foreclosure Fraud in the Wake of the Great Recession
Washington, D.C.

Join us for a discussion of foreclosure fraud in the wake of the Great Recession and how it led to new policy tools.

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The Index Card
Washington, DC

A conversation with Helaine Olen about The Index Card, the role of rules of thumb, and the future of personal financial education.

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Whither Payday Loans?
Washington, DC

Each year, 12 million Americans borrow nearly $50 billion through payday loans and spend more than $7 billion annually paying the interest.

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Leveraging Tax Time To Build Financial Capability
New York, NY

We bring together leaders from philanthropy, government, and policy to discuss tax time as a catalyst for household financial capability.

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Banking While Poor
Washington, DC

In a new policy paper released by the Asset Building Program, Aleta Sprague builds on a survey of state policies and practices.

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The Color of Debt
Washington, DC

ProPublica spent a year investigating debt collection. They found that collection judgements are concentrated in black neighborhoods.

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A 21st Century EITC
Washington, DC

Please join us and a panel of experts as we explore ways to reimagine the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for the 21st century.

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The Real College Debt Crisis
Washington, DC

Once seen as the Great Equalizer, the value of higher education in the era of soaring college debt has come into serious question.

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Paying the Price
New York, NY

Once seen as the Great Equalizer, the value of higher education in the era of soaring college debt has come into serious question.

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Going (for) Broke
Washington, DC

Millennials are having a tough time financially: they have higher levels of debt and lower levels of employment, income, and savings.

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